- FamilySearch Historical Record Collection for the Netherlands has church records (pre-1811) and civil registration (post-1796/1811).
- WieWasWie -Major site containing most civil registration records, and some population registers, church records, newspapers and military records
- Open Archives Similar to WieWasWie but with slightly more records. A big portion of its records can be searched in the collections Netherlands, Archival Indexes, Miscellaneous Records and Netherlands, Archival Indexes, Public Records, index.
- GeneaKnowHow A site that collates many different online resources for the Netherlands, and includes their subsidary VPND who makes images and indexes of various records, especially Church Records, available online.
Births, Marriages and Deaths
- Netherlands, Bibliothèque Wallonne, Card Indexes, ca. 1500-1858. Abstracts of baptisms, marriages, deaths, and memberships from French Protestant parish registers from Belgium, France, Germany, and the Netherlands. Card index. Incomplete.
- Netherlands, Births and Baptisms, 1564-1910. Indexed. Incomplete.
- Netherlands, Marriages, 1565-1892. Indexed. Incomplete. Also at FindMyPast Indexed. Incomplete. ($)
- Netherlands, Deaths and Burials, 1668-1945. Indexed. Incomplete.; Also at: MyHeritage ($)
- UK, Foreign and Overseas Registers of British Subjects, 1628-1969, index ($)
- Netherlands, Birth Index, 1784-1917. Indexed. Incomplete. ($)
- Netherlands, Baptism Index, 1557-1902. Indexed. Incomplete. ($)
- Netherlands, Marriage Index, 1575-1938. Indexed. Incomplete. ($)
- Netherlands, Civil Marriage Index, 1795-1950, index
- Netherlands, Burial Index, 1540-1899. Indexed. Incomplete. ($)
- Netherlands, Death Index, 1795-1969. Indexed. Incomplete. ($)
- Netherlands, Newspaper Announcements Index, 1795-1945. Indexed. Incomplete. ($)
- Netherlands, Notarial Records, 1600-1935, index ($)
- Netherlands, Deaths and Burials, 1668-194, index ($)5
- Netherlands, Civil Deaths, 1811-1965 Indexed. Incomplete. ($)
- Netherlands, Civil Marriages, 1811-1940 Indexed. Incomplete. ($)
- Netherlands, Church Baptisms, 1580-1811 Indexed. Incomplete. ($)
- Netherlands Civil Births, 1811- 1915 Indexed. Incomplete. ($)
- Netherlands, Church Burials, 1601-1811 Indexed. Incomplete. ($)
- Netherlands Burial Records, index ($)
- Netherlands, Church Marriages, 1580-1811 Indexed. Incomplete. ($)
Large Databases With Many Record Types
Population Registers and Censuses
Emigration, Immigration, and Passenger Lists
- Immigrant Ancestors Project
- 1600-2000 Netherlands, Archival Indexes, Miscellaneous Records at FamilySearch - How to Use this Collection; index & images
- 1620-1960 Passenger lists, Digital Resources Netherlands and Belgium In the left sidebar, select "Passenger lists" - until 1736 or after 1736
- 1633-1795 Netherlands, Dutch East India Company Crew Index, 1633-1795 at Ancestry; index only ($)
- 1820-1880 Dutch Immigrants to America, 1820-1880, ($). index. Incomplete.
- 1831-1877 Nederland. Emigranten naar overzeesche gebiedsdelen, 1831-1876 (Emigrants to Overseas Territories) 1831-1877
- 1845-1877 Netherlands, Emigration Records (Collection to be published) at FamilySearch, index and images. How to Use This Collection
- 1848-1877 List of Emigrants, 1848-1877 index
- 1881-1894 Dutch Immigrants: New York Passenger Lists, 1881-1894, ($). Index. Incomplete.
- 1890-1960 Passenger Lists Leaving UK 1890-1960 at FindMyPast; index & images ($); includes those with Destination of Netherlands
- 1900-1974 Netherlands Passenger Lists Holland-America Line, 1900-1974 at FamilySearch - How to Use this Collection; images only
- 1904-1914 Germany, Bremen Passenger Departure Lists, 1904-1914 at MyHeritage; index & images ($); includes those with Destination of Netherlands
- Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild Choose a volume and then choose Netherlands under "Listed by Port of Departure" or "Listed by Port of Arrival".
- 1946-1971 Free Access: Africa, Asia and Europe, Passenger Lists of Displaced Persons, 1946-1971 Ancestry, free. Index and images. Passenger lists of immigrants leaving Germany and other European ports and airports between 1946-1971. The majority of the immigrants listed in this collection are displaced persons - Holocaust survivors, former concentration camp inmates and Nazi forced laborers, as well as refugees from Central and Eastern European countries and some non-European countries.
- Free Access: USC Shoah Foundation, Holocaust – Jewish Survivor Interviews
For translating vocabulary typically found on websites, see Dutch Websites- Vocabulary List.
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